It's a very lighthearted, simple romance anime featuring one guy and a bunch of girls who like to game. It starts off slow as a possible harem, but it's not. As the series continues there are some genuinly sincere mushy-gushy moments that can be quite endearing. The annoying Ako becomes very likeable throughout the story's progression.
A frequent heart-wrenching filled anime that serves us a Mature Romance (unofficially) as a main course, but with an extra large side of adolescence.
Quite possibly the most Mature Romance on this list. It's filled with meaningful heart-wrenching and tear-jerking moments. I cried my eyes out with this one.
What more can I say that I already haven't? The most heart-wrenching and tear-jerking moment I may have felt in a romance anime happens here. I can't say when because you need to experience it for yourself.
A simple, cute, and lighthearted romance that features one of the most realistic, all-around anime females in Kobeni.
A somewhat quirky Mature Romance that is filled with heightened moments of drama and comedy. Sometimes they don't quite work, but more often then not they sure do.
One of the very first Shoujo anime I've watched that is generally lighthearted and cute.
It feels like a Mature Romance (unofficially) with some of the heavier dramatic elements intertwined within.
For anyone familiar with William Shakespeare's tragedy, Romeo and Juliet, knows exactly what I'm talking about. It's GONZO's own unique way of telling that story, which has the same tear-jerking moment in the end.
A fluffy, mushy-gushy, Shoujo anime that magically brings out the inner girl in me.
It has an excellent cast that generate some good laughs amongst all the heart-wrenching and tear-jerking moments. There are some moments so filled with angst as well that I could've used a tranquilizer to calm down, especially in the last 4-5 episodes.
A lighthearted youthful romance that has some pretty heart-wrenching and tear-jerking moments in it.